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. >> a trial that has divided a nation has adjourned almost as quickly as it began. a defiant mohamed morsi appeared at his trial in egypt. the deposed president not only refused to wear the uniform, he rejected the charges against him, said he is the legitimate president. don nick kane from cairo. >>> egypt's president arrives for his are trial in cairo. for months he has been in detention at a secret location. his supporters greeted him with the sign of the anti-coup alliance. in the public gallery others joined in but some opponents were heard to shout "execute h him." morsi said he is still the president. the senior judge felt compelled to adjourn the trial for two months. mohamed morsi's son said his father felt the proceedings were a sham. in no human rights, no legal rights, are and the call of emergency, and emergency, it's knot constitutional case. it's not a legal case. we are in part of egypt. >> outside the courts hundreds of morsi supporters had heard the court might dismiss the case. across the country, many of morsi's supporters were on the march. this was the scene in front
lucky this time. >>> egypt's former president mohamed morsi is on trial today. >> two terrifying days trapped between two buildings. >> how do we not hold the security guards, who would probably be dead right now. >>> edward snowden's request for clemency getting a thumbs down from the white house. >>> a fireball burning through a montreal neighborhood. >> oh my god that is not cool. >>> passengers at an airport were shocked when a small alligator was found under an escalator. >>> from 55 away, colts go to 6-2. >> seven touchdown passes for nick foles, that equals an nfl record. >> and all that matter. >> toronto's embattled mayor vows to ride the storm out after accusations he was caught on video smoking crack. >> i am not perfect. i have made mistakes. >>> auction day. >> oprah winfrey auctioned off some of her personal belongings over the weekend. >> usually gayle comes by my house on the weekends and says if you don't want that i do. >> announcer: "cbs this morning" brought to you by toyota, let's go places. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off. margaret brenn
's what happened in cairo when ousted president mohamed morsi entered the courtroom. nbc news chief foreign correspondent richard engel was inside the morsi trial. what were you seeing? >> reporter: well, i've been to quite a few trials over the years and norpally they are quite boring pro seed do you recall durl affairs, he started to say he was a victim of a show trial and victim of a coup. he wasn't the only person yelling. as he was screaming at the judge say this was all nonsense and the court was illegitimate. several journalists in the room, egyptian journalists who are pro hill military and support the coup against morsi, they started yelling at well and trying to shout him down. the journalists who were smoking and standing on chairs, some of them took off shoes. i thought one was going to throw his show at morsi and chanting, death, death, death, saying that he should get the death penalty. as you had the defendant, mohamed morsi yelling at the judge calling the trial illegitimate and you have journalists yelling death at the defendant. >> richard, that's an extraordinary
before just a minute's islamist and democratically elected president mohammed morsi goes on trial tomorrow. there could be violence. his supporters from the muslim brotherhood have been holding small weekly rallies in solidarity. morsi himself hasn't been seen in public since the military removed him by force in july. the last time morsi's followers gathered in large numbers, they were gunned down. hundreds killed. this is an awkward time for a visit by the u.s. secretary of state, kerry in cairo today backing egypt's military, never once mentioning morsi. expressing confidence, egypt's generals will restore democracy eventually. >> and i think it is important for all of us until proven otherwise to accept that this is the track egypt is on and to work to help it to be able to achieve that. >> reporter: but democracy isn't the prevailing wind in cairo these days. instead, there is a government sponsored cheering campaign for the general who kicked morsi out of office. the u.s. faces tough choices in egypt. president obama has supported democracy in this country since the revolutio
. mohamed morsi is charged with incitiing the deaths of others. forces are on the streets of cairo to ensure that the trial goes ahead. public opinion about it is polarized. god will be on our side. the court will issue a verdict that will be for the sake of egypt and the egyptians to move forward. morsi was not fair at all. >> this trial has nothing to do with being fair or unfair. the man was a president. he had the full right to do whatever he wanted and to contact whoever he wanted. >> hundreds of people died in the 2011 revolution to force mummar barak from power. many people had high homes -- hopes when morsi became the first democratically elected president. frustrated with what they saw as an authortarian rule, many egyptians took to the streets again. a growing wave of protest, ended up with a decision to remove morsi from office, in an act that morsi him so--himself says is against 'against the law. according to the law and the institution morsi is the president of the republican. this is the lead and constitutional situation right now. >> if morsi is convicted of incitment to comm
minutes: egypt's deposed president, mohamed morsi appears in court and rejects the entire process. the case is adjourned until january. >>> pakistan considers retaliation over u.s. drone strikes. >> hello there, i'm felicity
this time. >>> egypt's former president mohamed morsi is on trial today. >> thewo terrifying days trapped between two buildings. >> how do we not hold the security guards who would probably be dead right now. >>> edward snowden's request for clemency getting a thumbs down from the white house. >>> a fireball burning through a montreal neighborhood. >> oh my god that is not cool. >>> passengers at an airport were shocked when a small alligator was found under an escalator. >>> from 55 away colts go to 6-2. >> seven touchdown passes for nick foles, that equals an nfl record. >> and all that matter. >> toronto's embattled mayor vows to ride the storm out after accusations he was caught on video smoking crack. >> i am not perfect. i have made mistakes. >>> auction day. >> oprah winfrey auctioned off some of her personal belongings over the weekend. >> usually gayle comes by my house on the weekends and says if you don't want that i do. >> announcer: "cbs this morning" brought to you by toyota, let's go places. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off. marga
overthrew its democratically elected president, mohamed morsi. morsi is set to go on trial on monday on charges of inciting murder. >>> bold accusations this morning from the pakistani government. officials there say the u.s. saab tajjed peace talks with insurgents by killing a taliban leader friday in a drone strike. the death of the man came a day before government clerics planned to send a formal invitation to the taliban regarding peace talks. >>> back on solid ground this morning. experienced skydivers had a harrowing ordeal saturday night just as they were about to jump. >> reporter: nine skydivers and two pilots are very lucky to be alive this morning following an accident in the skies above northern wisconsin saturday night. >> as skydivers, we live for the excitement. but tonight was a little bit over the top. >> reporter: two small planes, both cessnas, collided at 12,000 feet, just as the skydivers were set to make their jumps. >> the trail plane came over the top, hit the lead plane. >> reporter: but with their chutes already on, the skydivers quickly bailed. >> you hear
mohamed morsi caused so much trouble as what was supposed to be the opening day of his trial that it had to be adjourned. first he refused to change into his prison uniform and in the courtroom was shouting "down with the military government." morsi claimed he was the legitimate president of egypt. the trial will resume january 8th. >>> and here's your cute animal video of the day. 14 panda cubs celebrating their 100-day birthday over the weekend. in china, it's celebrated to wish the baby a long life. looks like it wasn't much of a party, though, because they were mostly sleeping and yawning. >>> and if you read only one thing this morning, just weeks before the 50th anniversary of jfk's assassination, the number of books and movies and tv specials is growing. in "vanity fair" james woolcott argues the attention is too much and not enough. here's some of what you're saying. jim writes it's very unfortunate that kids today don't even know about his assassination so i would hope that we as a country would do more education on all of our former presidents. and sue writes i remember that da
to the enrollment senter and thank volunteers there for signing people up. >> thank you. >>> mohammed morsi faced trial this morning. he's charged with siting murder. conviction could mean the death penalty. the hearing did not last long. morsi's appearance comes a day after secretary of state john kerry visited the capital. clarissa ward in is cairo. >> reporter: good morning. we were not allowed to take cameras in the courtroom. it was a chaotic scene when morsi first entered the room. half the people started cheering and chantding. the other half started shouting execution, execution. morsi himself was wearing a gray suit appeared to look perfectly healthy. co-defendants, the muslim brother hood were wearing white jump suits. they would not make a plea or confirm whether they were represented bithe. did the judge struggled to keep things things calm. the court case is adjourned until january 8. things are tense on the streets today. there are a handful of morsi supporters behind me protesting. there are protests across the capital. security forces out in mass. they want to make
government ahead of the trial of ousted president mohamed morsi. organizers vowing to demonstrate every day until monday when the trial is set to begin. >>> parents in one california neighborhood are on high alert. that's because police are looking into claims that candy-laced with acid was given out on halloween. according to neighbors, a woman ate her daughter's candy bar and was taken to the hospital with symptoms consistent with those someone high on acid. >>> the common application is the only way for high school seniors to apply to hundreds of colleges. but the website is having several technical problems. when you logon, including giving you time-outs and not accepting forms of payment. due to the glitches, 46 universities have pushed back their early decision deadlines. >>> while president obama's signature health care law is going through growing pains, one state has a bigger goal in mind when it comes to health care reform. vermont wants to become the first state in the country with a universal health care plan, also known as single payer. here's what the plan projected for 2017 w
. join today. >>> the trial of deposed egyptian president mohamed morsi is off to a chaotic start. morsi arrived for the trial and immediately invoked his status as egypt's first freely elected president. and that is about as far as things got there. the trial was postponed until early next year. live in cairo, ian, it sounds like it barely got going before it was postponed. what happened inside there? >> that's right, brooke. initially, we thought it was going to be a quick, noneventful procedural trial, but really was anything but. morsi came strolling in, wearing a suit, not the typical white jumper that most defendants are seen wearing when asked who he was, he said he was the president of the republic, and that he did not recognize the legitimacy of the court. his other co-defendants, the seven others, also broke out into chants, saying that they do not recognize the legitimacy of the court twice. the judge had to adjourn the court, calm things down. probably the most bizarre was two local egyptian journalists got in a fight with a lawyer. the journalists chanted -- angry at him. an
looking for him shortly afterwards. >>> the judge adjourning the trial of mohamed morsi after a courtroom disruption by the defendants. morsi and 14 others began chanting calling that court invalid. >>> just in, blackberry abandoning plans to sell the company and the ceo is stepping down. earlier this year, the mobile phone maker announced it will allow itself to be acquired, but now it is planning to raise its own funding in order to stay in business. a bit of a change. >>> in today's good stuff, ryan's mother, breast cancer survivor, so in honor of breast cancer awareness month which just went by, he wore pink sneakers to school. the nfl does it, so why can't ryan, right? of course the dopes of the world united and ryan got bullied. >> made me feel a little bit like depressed and sad because i knew that my mom had it and it really made me like doubt getting the shoes. >> it got so bad ryan stopped wearing the shoes. here's the good part. his classmates found out why he was wearing pink in the first place and why he stopped. they felt stupid, ashamed and rightly so. so the next day, at s
as egyptian president mohamed morsi was getting under way as he with was makeing the first appearance since his ouster and said that he was the legitimate leader and the courts had no basis to try him. he and his administration is charged with clashes that left ten people dead last december. >>> a outbreak of polio is breaking out in war-torn syria. there are concerns that it will be spread to lebanon. our dr. nancy snyderman will tell us about the rapid intervention to this potential international crisis. >> hi, natalie, i'm here, and the reason for the concern is that syria has been polio-free since 1982, and neighboring countries as well have not seen it in more than a decade. so when the outbreak was found, the world health organization considered it the tip of the iceberg. >> reporter: almost three years into the syrian war, the medical system is now in shambles. before the conflict began, 90% of syria's children had been immunized against polio, but now the rate is around 60%, and with that, the resurgence of the deadly disease. health officials in the region are taking the threat ser
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